Cleveland: Cooler Air to Make a Comeback Tuesday

By , Senior Meteorologist
April 21, 2014; 4:08 AM
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The return of rain and cooler air to Cleveland will hold off until after another mild day unfolds on Monday.

The warming trend that started on Easter Sunday will continue through Monday.

As sunshine mixes with clouds, temperatures will rise to 75 F Monday afternoon.

The weather will be perfect for those with outdoor plans or baseball fans who are heading to Progressive Field to watch the hometown Indians face the Kansas City Royals.

Temperatures will only drop through the middle and lower 60s during the game.

Numerous clouds overhead Monday evening will indicate that the return of wetter and cooler weather is on the way.

Showers will accompany a cold front through Cleveland late Monday night. A stray shower will linger into Tuesday morning.

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The passage of the main band of showers will open the door for cooler air to pour in and hold Tuesday's temperatures to the lower 50s.

A brisk wind will create even lower AccuWeather.com RealFeel® temperatures.

The chill will linger through Wednesday before another rebound in temperatures follows for Thursday.

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